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317. 2010 International Wine Fest

November 13, 2010

A wine festival — do I even need to go on? I don’t think so, but I will. The event will feature wines from around the world, as well as live music and entertainment by local musicians. They’ll also have a silent auction with artwork, gifts and more.

While the event is FREE, donations will be accepted for international disaster relief and development. Wine, good entertainment, and it’s for a good cause. What more do you need to get your Saturday night started?

Also, Twin Liquors is a locally owned and operated Austin business that has been around and supported the community throughout the last century. They’ve been operating under the Twin Liquor name since 1982, but their story goes way back. It was started by a local family that has done a lot of good for this community. They support over 500 charitable events annually. Keep them in mind when you’re looking to buy booze, and for great service visit Cory at the Lake Austin store.

Time: 4-8 p.m.

Admission: Free

*Since alcohol is involved, you must be 21 or older to participate.

Location:
Twin Liquors Marketplace at Hancock Center
1000 E. 41st Street
Austin, Texas 78751

https://www.iocc.org/giving/event_austin11-13-10-winefest.aspx

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